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Two Belgian Insiders’ Views on Europe

Two of the most influential Belgians in North America will discuss the economic, political, and social challenges facing Europe in 2015.

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Kennedy-King April 4 Commemoration


Saturday April 4
noon – 2:00 pm

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Park
1702 N. Broadway St.

The Kennedy-King Initiative commemorates the speech given by Sen. Robert Kennedy in Indianapolis on April 4, 1968 after the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The event, which starts at noon, features civic leaders, prayer, an address by Indianapolis Public Safety Director Troy Riggs and a showing of a video of Sen. Kennedy’s speech.


Art — A Bridge Between Cultures


Explore how an artist’s cultural and religious background can help bridge understanding to shape public policy.

“Last Days in Vietnam” Special Pre-Screening Event


Following the screening will be a discussion led by Binh Pho, one of only 420 Vietnamese left behind inside the US Embassy compound as the last U.S. helicopter departed.

The Use of Art in Nursing and Medical Education


Medical Humanities & Health Studies presents Dr. Meg Moorman, Ph.D., RN, WHNP, clinical assistant professor at the Indiana University School of Nursing, who lead the discussion, “Visual Thinking Strategies in Nursing and Medical Education.”

Infusing the Curriculum with Community Organizing Principles and Practices: A Panel Discussion


Join three IUPUI faculty, who are also seasoned community organizers, for a panel discussion where we’ll examine ways that teaching and community organizing overlap and straightforward way to incorporate community organizing principles into your teaching practice.

Civility in the Age of the Internet


The James P. White Lecture Series on Legal Education presents Civility in the Age of the Internet with The Right Honorable Beverley McLachlin, Chief Justice of Canada.

Title IX: More Important Than Ever

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Described as “guiding the battles of the women’s rights movement” by the New York Times, Marcia Greenberger is the founder and Co-President of the National Women’s Law Center. The creation of the Center forty years ago established her as the first full-time women’s rights legal advocate in Washington, D.C.

Dine Adventurously @ St. Yared Ethiopian Cuisine

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Enjoy a delicious Ethiopian feast as part of the ICWA’s Adventures in International Dining